Taylor Swift and Utah’s Evermore Amusement Park have closed their litigation today, Billboard reports. “As a solution to both lawsuits, the parties will drop and dismiss their respective lawsuits without a financial settlement,” a Swift spokesman said in a statement.
Swift was sued by Evermore last month for trademark infringement; The park claimed their album was forever and the merchandise associated with it infringed their 2015 trademark. Swift’s rights management team, TAS Rights Management, sued the theme park three weeks later, claiming that the park played Swift’s music on its premises “without a permit or license.”
Swift’s album was always their second full-length release of 2020. The first, Folklore, just won a Grammy Award for Album of the Year. The win made Swift the first woman in history to win Album of the Year three times.